National system of innovation and technological learning: an integrated framework for understanding technological capability development in the Russian forestry sector
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Keywordsnational systems of innovation; NSI; technological capability; technological learning; catch-up; timber sector; Russia; forestry industry; learning strategies; organisational learning.;
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